Mulnayak: Nearly 177 cms. high, white – colored idol of Bhagawan Mahavir Swami in the Padmasana posture.
On the thirteenth day of the bright half of the month of Magh. in the year 2049 of the Vikram era, the great festivity of installation of this splendid idol was celebrated under the auspices of Acharyas and 125 Sadhu – Sadhvis. On the bank of the Sinhan river in the midst of the pleasing sound of the rippling waves of water of the dam, near the gardens of various fruits, on the shore of the western sea, the beautiful, splendid and delightful temple stands. Its main gate is 35 ft. high. It reminds one of Rampol.
Works of art and Sculpture: The temple is 98 ft. high. Inside the temple. there are two big brass bells weighing more than 60 kilograms. In the temple there are idols of Bhagawan Adinath, Bhagawan Shantinath and Bhagawan Purshadaniya Parshnath. Near the main gate of the temple, there are small temples of Manibhadravir and Saraswatidevi. For meditation, this is a very beautiful place.
Guidelines: This sacred place of Halar is at distance of 40 kilometers from Jamnagar. Airport 35 kms in Jamnagar highway road. Bus services and private vehicles are available. There are an upashraya, an aimbilshala, and an asylum for old and weak animals. There are also good boarding and lodging provisions.
Trust: Halar Tirth Aradhanadham, Vadaliyasinhan-316305, Taluka-Jamkhambhaliya, Dist.-Jamnagar, Gujarat State, India